Following a lengthy investigation conducted by the Hill County Sheriff's Department, officers recently executed a search warrant at a mobile home located on Oak Run Road near Blum. The warrant authorized officers to search the home for methamphetamines. They allegedly located and seized a "significant amount" of controlled substances.A 35-year-old man was arrested in connection with the raid and is being held in the Hill County jail. He was charged with possession of between four and 200 grams of a controlled substance and theft of property worth between $20,000 and $100,000.
A recent Supreme Court ruling could have impacted future drug charges in Texas and throughout the country in cases where drug-sniffing dogs were used during traffic stops.
A Texas couple was recently pulled over by police who believed they had a marijuana leaf bumper sticker on their car. The bumper sticker was actually representing the Ohio State Buckeyes. Now, the Texas couple is saying they were wrongfully pulled over by the police.
A routine traffic stop in Texas has led to drug charges. This is not an unfamiliar situation in Texas as many individuals pulled over by police during a traffic stop could face criminal charges if illegal activity is suspected or found.
Be careful who your neighbor's are. A neighborhood tip lead to a recent drug bust in Texas, where over $1 million worth of drugs were found along with many illegal immigrants.
Texas recently dismantled a Dallas-based marijuana trafficking ring that resulted in one of the largest cash seizures in Texas. Police sized more than $1.7 million from the drug trafficking ring where individuals involved allegedly posed as cowboys to transport horses between Texas and Arizona.
Police have started to track individuals on social media. Both Google and Twitter have released reports on police requests for user data, showing just how often police track suspects. Why are police tracking more people online and what exactly are they looking for?
A man from Abilene, Texas was sentenced to 18 years in prison after being convicted of federal drug charges, according to the Department of Justice.